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Illustrator: Kay Chorao
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Genres: Juvenile Fiction
Published by Harry N. Abrams, Abrams Books for Young Readers on October 1st 2010
Format: Jacketed Hardcover
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In this charming story, a mama cat loves her kitten through all the seasons: in autumn, when they rake leaves into piles; in winter, when they sled down snowy hills; in spring, when they fly kites; and in summer, when they splash together in the water. Parents, grandparents, and all the special people in a child’s life will love sharing this sweet celebration through all the seasons of the year and in years to come.
Kay Chorao’s warm and colorful illustrations bring to life Deborah Lee Rose’s endearing verses, which capture the many ways a child is cherished year-round.
"Full of charming details and gorgeous colors, the love between each parent/child pair is obvious, and readers may find themselves wishing to share the same activities with a beloved adult of their own."-Kirkus Reviews
Celebrate the power of love between mothers and children
that lasts all school year long.
What a delightful read this book is. I have indeed found a treasure in this story and artistry from Abrams Books for Young Readers that I was not expecting. All the Seasons of the year goes through with Mama and child things to do and time spent well together. Easily this is a book to read any time of year or day and will also make a great bedtime book. I love the kitty cats and so did AppleBlossom. In my mind this kitten could be a boy or girl depending on how you see them and I think that is great. I am very impressed by author Deborah Lee Rose and artist Kay Chorao and look forward to more titles from the both of them. Highly recommended.